Sheriff Ghali Ibrahim

Sheriff Ghali Ibrahim
University of Abuja · Department of Political Science and International Relations

Doctor of Philosophy
Head of Department, Political Science and International Relations, University of Abuja. Working on the Ukraine Crisis

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Introduction
Sheriff Ghali Ibrahim currently works at the Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Abuja. Sheriff does research in International History and Politics, Conflict Processes and Foreign Policy, with keen interest in African politics, Great powers' Foreign Policy and Russo-American Relations. My most recent publication is on 'China-Africa Economic Relations and current area of research is Impact of American Foreign Policy on the International System.
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September 2007 - July 2011
Central China Normal University
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  • Research fellow
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  • PhD research fellow

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The paper delves into the nature and development of the Arctic Council as a regional organization that deals with members' integration. The paper adopted the secondary research instrument for data collection. Findings show that The Arctic Council is not a treaty-based international organization but rather an international forum that operates on the...
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The paper examines the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation as a tool to achieving the Belt and Road Initiative. It also analyses some of the objectives of the OBOR of investment in infrastructure and the desire to build a shared future for mankind. The adopts the library literature for data generation and findings show that the BRI is a Chinese grand...
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This article discusses the Anglo-American weaponry alliance with Australia and also analyses the impact of such alliance on the politics of Asia-Pacific. From the secondary-descriptive research method used, the paper finds out that, Australia has been a strong adherent of nuclear disarmament and a future option to manufacture nuclear weapons was an...
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The paper seeks to examine what china targets to achieve in its Belt and Road Initiative. The paper also analyses the problems (challenges) and risks of the Belt and Road Initiative. The paper adopts the secondary instrument of data collection where it discovered that, the strategic importance of BRI for China can be gauged from a generous allocati...
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The purpose of this paper is to explore the China-Palestine economic corridor in the People's Republic of China's (PRC) Middle East Peace Initiative of 2017. This suggestion was made in the framework of the One Belt One Road (OBOR) vision or Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). This vision has catapulted China's interest in the Middle East to new height...
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The Belt and Road initiative focuses on promoting policy coordination, connectivity of infrastructure and facilities, unimpeded trade, financial integration and closer people-to-people ties through a consultative process and joint efforts with a goal of bringing benefits to all. Despite the advantages of the BRI, the initiative has sprawled debates...
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This study seeks to explain the history of the ancient Silk Road and also explain its strategic importance as a network of trade routes connecting China and the Far East with the Middle East and Europe. Using the library's documented instrument and historical descriptive methodology, findings show that the Silk Road is historically connected with t...
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The paper examines the nexus between China's coupling and economic relations with Africa under the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (ACFTA). It also analyses the future of ACFTR especially with the technical support African states will be enjoying through their collaboration with China or in the absence of such support, how Africa may utilize the...
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This paper is an attempt to give an overview of regional cooperation in the Lake Chad basin. It focuses in particular on the recent evolution of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC), a basin organization which brings together Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, the Central African Republic and Libya. Originally set up in 1964 to coordinate access and use of...
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Africa and its leadership crises have attracted international attention on how to reduce the frequency or reoccurrence of these crises to achieve cooperation, peace and order. The study examines the causes, effects of leadership crises in Africa and proffers everlasting solutions to it before it gets out of proportion. The study uses qualitative so...
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The paper captures the trend of terrorist activities and insecurity particularly in northern state of Mali and analyses the gross impact of such activities on the people and government of Mali. From library literature research, findings indicate that the terrorism in Mali is so complex in what constitute the growing nature of such extremist groups....
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The paper examines the nexus between China’s coupling and economic relations with Africa under the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (ACFTA). It also analyses the future of ACFTR especially with the technical support African states will be enjoying through their collaboration with China or in the absence of such support, how Africa may utilize the...
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This study assessed FOCAC and the significance of the first Beijing Summit resolutions to Africa. The paper adopted developmental research design and qualitative method of data collection by means of secondary data. The study also leveraged on complex interdependence theory as a framework for analysis. The study found out that the Beijing Summit re...
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The paper looks into the political processes of democratization in Africa and analyses the challenges this process faces in an era of dwindling economic growth and African perpetual backwardness. The paper adopted system theory as a theoretical framework of analysis. The study used secondary sources of data collection and content analysis as the me...
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This paper discusses the concept of the one-China policy and how the United States support of Taiwan poses a challenge to stability in the region. The paper adopted the library descriptive instrument from historical research to come up with the available data in the paper. Findings show that, since 1949, the struggle between the Nationalist Republi...
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This paper examines the 100 years existence of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) since its formation in 1921 in the city of Shanghai. The significance of the CCP is also examined because it drives the policies of the Chinese People's Republic of China. It dominates the economy and controls all the state institutions. The analysis of the development...
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The study examined China's presence in Africa, the warm reception it has received from African states into the continent, the benefits Africa stands to gain from the relationship as well as other emerging issues. In order to arrive at a reliable outcome, the work utilized descriptive research design and obtained data from secondary sources such as...
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This paper aims at focusing on the main impact of the China belt and road initiative on world politics and economic development. Given that the BRI is a foreign policy launched by the Chinese government under the leadership of President Xi, and this time on a large scale with a plethora of impacts designed to build a network of mutually benefiting...
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After two decades of the return to civil rule, the not too impressive scorecard of Nigerian democracy has raised concerns and questions demanding answers as to why the country is still struggling with the delivery of democratic governance and dividends such as; social welfare, justice, even-federal development as well as equal access to national re...
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The study examined China’s presence in Africa, the warm reception it has received from African states into the continent, the benefits Africa stands to gain from the relationship as well as other emerging issues. In order to arrive at a reliable outcome, the work utilized descriptive research design and obtained data from secondary sources such as...
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This paper aims at focusing on the main impact of the China belt and road initiative on world politics and economic development. Given that the BRI is a foreign policy launched by the Chinese government under the leadership of President Xi, and this time on a large scale with a plethora of impacts designed to build a network of mutually benefiting...
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This paper carefully examined the war against corruption in Nigeria and identified the prospects as well as the hurdles confronting the anti-corruption fight by the Federal Government and the effects of the aggressiveness mounted towards the implementation of Treasury Single Account (TSA) within the period under review. The methodology adopted for...
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This paper delves into the recent development in African integration and the nexus between such development of the Africa continental free trade area and the belt and road initiative. It analyses the structure through which the belt and road initiative may facilitate the effective implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area (ACFTA). U...
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This study assessed FOCAC and the significance of the first Beijing Summit resolutions to Africa. The paper adopted developmental research design and qualitative method of data collection by means of secondary data. The study also leveraged on complex interdependence theory as a framework for analysis. The study found out that the Beijing Summit re...
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The paper examines the nexus between China's coupling and economic relations with Africa under the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (ACFTA). It also analyses the future of ACFTR especially with the technical support African states will be enjoying through their collaboration with China or in the absence of such support, how Africa may utilize the...
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The paper attempts to examine China-phobia in contemporary international relations especially as conceived by the United States under the leadership of Donald Trump. It also analyses the reasons why such China-fear has been developed and consequences of such fear. From library research using descriptive method, findings show that the United States...
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The paper considered the existing cultural relationship between the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the People’s Republic of China as well as the possibility of harnessing the potential in the relations for tourism and national development. The data for the study were obtained from secondary sources, including textbooks, newspapers, articles, journ...
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The paper delved into the new Chinese global initiative of the One Belt One Road, which intends to integrate the world economically by connecting countries for shared future and inclusive economic growth and development. The paper adopted the descriptive research instrument from the secondary methodology and complemented by the international theory...
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The paper examined the origin and development of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the challenges of the entire feud. It also analyses the historical peace processes carried out to bring to an end the conflict. Using the historical descriptive research methodology, findings show that, the creation of the state of Israel was the beginning of the crisis...
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The paper delved into the issue of best alternative foreign policy objective in international relations, and analyses the selection between national and international interest in achieving such designated objectives. Findings show that, states cannot ignore national interest for international interest which they see as the best alternative foreign...
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The position of man on earth is one, recognized even by the law of nature, which ensures survival or revolves around the struggle between survival and its irony. Man by nature is free, in modern political systems under the so called democratic principles and values, man is to live under protection of the law and his fundamental virtues respected in...
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The major objective of states is to provide a convincing development administration that will guaranty the political utility of their citizenry. This paper however, is a critical approach to analyzing the nature of leadership in Nigeria and the way corruption has become a beautifying cosmetic in Nigerian politics and administration. The paper analy...
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The regimented institution of the military is designed and established to be professionally well trained in the process of national defense and protection of the citizenry against external aggression and invasion. But this institution (the military) had fo participation through an illegal and unconstitutional modus historical background of military...
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The paper examines the legislative behaviours in lawmaking process. It analyses the psychology of parliamentarians in their houses. Using the library instrument, findings show that narcissism creates violence among the law makers. The paper concludes that some legislatures learn and inherit violence and practice it against colleagues. The paper rec...
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The tension and cinematic events unfolding in Ukraine, especially in its part of Crimea, is a move seemingly replicating the cold war. The political impasse is triangular in nature due to the involvement of Moscow, the west and Kiev in the crisis. The paper examines the nature of the current crisis in Ukraine and analyses the relationship between t...
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The paper examines some of the fundamental issues of dependency and underdevelopment in our contemporary international economic and political relations. The paper also analyses the paradox of foreign debt, which is supposed to be debt for development and financing development projects, but used as an instrument to perpetuate third world domination...
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The paper examines the nexus between the United States and Korean Missiles test which has continued to threaten peace in the North and East-Asian regions. Using the qualitative research as supported by conflict theory, findings show that, the Trump administration wanted to use China to remote-control North Korea, but he later discovered that he was...
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The paper dwells on the issues of energy and power on the continent of Africa, it examines the critical process of how the continent can be connected with electricity, provide financial banking from financiers for the improvement of energy security and competitiveness. Using the secondary descriptive methodology, findings show that the sub-sahara A...
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The paper examines the Obama's red-line on Syria and analyses the American attacks on Syrian military bases. Using the library research from secondary historical-descriptive approach, findings show that, the missile attacks were carried out to compliment Obama's failure to attack Syria after the use of chemical weapon by the regime of Bashir Al-ass...
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This paper seeks to highlight the two Sino-Japanese wars, the concept of imperialism in Japan and their implications on the two belligerent states. Using the secondary method of data collection, findings show that the Japanese success during the war was the result of the modernisation and industrialisation embarked upon two decades earlier. The war...
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In the relations among nation-states in the international system are times of cordiality and enmity. These are not in themselves attempts to curry the favour of others in the system or to have enemies; everything is about national interest. As nation-states pursue national interest and power; they are bound to clash with others in the international...
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The paper delves into the socio-political impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on human existence and analyses the dynamics of human society during the hey days of the virus attack on global community. Using descriptive research, findings show that the COVID-19 pandemic has posed a great impact on the political and social aspect of human race worldwide....
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The paper focuses on the dynamics of China-US economic and trade relations in the contemporary world system and analyses the changing nature of their bilateral ties, which is seen to be a relation between the first and second largest economy of the world. The paper adopted historical-descriptive research from the secondary methodology using library...
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The paper examines the impact of poverty on Nigerian youths and security dilemma, having a theoretical linkage. It also analyses the political process of Nigeria and how it manipulates the youths in contributing to insecurity. With the aid of historical-descriptive research from the secondary methodology, findings show that since independence, Nige...
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Regional Integration is seen as a means of encouraging trade and achieving economies of scale. The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)which replaced the Preferential Trade Area of 1981(PTA) and established by COMESA Treaty of 1993 ratified a year later in Malawi is one of Africa's largest regional trading block. This paper begins...
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the promotion and sustaining local groups in structural development
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The paper tries to examine the nature and dimensions of foreign aid within the framework of international politics. It also discusses the politics of foreign aid as well as why the powerful states provide foreign aid to the weaker nations. The research ado provide a substantial argument on the topic under study. Findings show that, albeit nations p...
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The paper provides a critical background to the study of Third World nations especially African states as they perpetually rely on foreign nations in all aspects of their living. It also examines different areas through which the Third World nations depend on Europe and America in areas such as economy, finance, technology, healthcare facilities am...
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With the lessons of 1950's war on the Korean peninsular, drawing from the initial soviet reluctance to back North Korea against the US forces and the subsequent lessons of global realism and constructivism learnt by the north in US perpetual support of the south, the latter resorted to building a nuclear armament for its continuity and survival. Th...
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The paper delves into the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA) as established in 2003, within the framework of implementing the AU's plan for the management of crises and conflicts on the continent. It also analyses the efficacy of financial arrangements for peace missions under APSA. The paper depends on secondary methodology, which rema...
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This paper seeks to analyze the various contributions of these African women in positions of global authority and the parts they play in influencing fellow women to aspire and take up leadership positions. The paper adopts library instrument of research from documented materials such as books, periodicals, journals and reports. Findings show that,...
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This paper discusses the Nigerian foreign policy in the West African sub-region and the attendant challenges. It focuses on the nature of this policy which is basically Afrocentric. The paper as a result dwelt on the idealism of the policy itself as some scholars posit in terms of the relations between Nigeria and these countries in the sub-region....
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This paper seeks to identify the remote and immediate causes of violations of the rights of internally displaced persons (IDP's) in Abuja, and how best to remedy them. The paper also examines how well the provisions of the Kampala Convention have been applied in view of the fact that Nigeria is yet to domesticate and adopt the Convention into Niger...
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The paper delves into the Iranian nuclear program which led to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) between Iran and other world powers. It also examines the American withdrawal from the negotiating tables of JCPOA and its long run impact on the Gulf region and the world in general. The paper adopts the historical-descriptive research fro...
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This paper examines the variegated areas through which violent extremism can be curbed within the identified area called the Sahel. It also analyzes ways through which this can be achieved by transnational cooperation and commitment to dissolving the strength of extremists in the area. The paper adopts the descriptive method and library instrument...
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This paper navigates into the contemporary U.S.-China trade war with the aim to examine the causes, impact on both sides and on the global environment. The paper also analyses the ambiance of the U.S. global influence especially from the perspective of Trump's or its paradox of a declining empire, which seemed to be reason why the united states wag...
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The paper examines the concept of globalization and analyses its impact on the political economy and social well-being of the Venezuelan state. Using the descriptive method and library instrument, findings show that Venezuela and the Venezuelans are currently caught in the web of globalization as America and Europe designed-hence the state and fate...
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The paper delves into the nexus between culture and development especially as it relates to the Chinese culture and how it has been shaped to pave a way for development. The paper also examines the adherence to Chinese culture by the people of Hangzhou and how that results in a rapid economic development and political stability of the city and its...
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The paper is an investigation into the ambiance of contemporary trends of globalization; it delves into the global viewpoint and position of the third world in the globalized world. Secondary methodology is being adopted as an instrument of library research and findings show that, the third world countries are losers and nothing but victims of glob...
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This paper ex-rays the implication of international organizations (IOs) as Unilateral and Multilateral IOs to the development of the Third-World with a view to finding out if, there is any difference between them. The paper leans on library research as descriptive in nature from documented instruments for further discovery. Findings show that even...
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The paper delves into the activities and progress of the forum on China-Africa cooperation, which serves as the vein through which cooperation on the basis of mutual benefits flourishes. From the library instrument used, findings show that the two sides explore mutual cooperation and benefits. It also concludes that, china has been a major financie...
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The paper examines the relationship that exists between China and Nigeria on economic lines, looking at trade and investment as points of departure. Using the descriptive qualitative research as a method, findings show that, the Beijing consensus works in bringing infrastructure in Africa and paves further ways for Chinese to invest in Nigeria. The...
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The paper delves into the external factors that shape and determine a state‟s foreign policy. It also examines some conceptual interpretations as it relates to the making of foreign policy. The paper adopts library instrument of secondary research to generate its findings. The paper discovers that, factors such as international organizations, publi...
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The paper delves into China-Africa partnership in the area of security, fighting poverty and human development. It examines the ambiance of such socioeconomic and political interplay, where China seeks to strengthen such partnership on win-win basis. The paper adopts a descriptive research using the library documentation as secondary methodology. F...
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The paper focuses on the developmental aid as carried out by China in its relations with Africa, having Ethiopia as a point of departure. The paper adopts descriptive research, from which findings show that since 1996 to 2006, the volume of imports, exports and aid between the two countries has increased exponentially. The paper concludes that, the...
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Research findings have unarguably linked national developments to Education. Studies into the developmental process of most successful nations reveal that education has been the major driving force. Unfortunately, educational opportunities provided by conventional leaning system are inadequate in Nigeria and other third world countries of Africa, A...
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This paper examines the lingering problem of herders-farmers relations in Nigeria: a crisis of political development. Herdsmen and Farmer's clash is not a new incident in Nigeria. The paper describes the involvement of ammunitions owned and handled by the herdsmen who were initially known for handling sticks as a phenomenon that create height level...
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Nigeria's Afrocentric foreign policy in a globalized world x-rays the country's external projections in this context from independence to date. This phenomenon is quite consistent a pattern from the 1960 to present albeit some slight modifications. In view of its continuous relevance, this paper attempt to examine the basic issues involved. To this...
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The paper is a theoretical analogy of the Arab league as a regional organization. The paper also discusses the objectives, strengths and weaknesses of the league. By adopting descriptive-historical research from library instrument, findings show that, there is no doubt that the league had recorded some appreciable level of achievements since its in...
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The paper delves into the treatise and protocols of ECOWAS, it also analyses the significance of such protocols to the survival of the organization and betterment of the peoples of the region. Using historical descriptive research from library instrument, findings show that, the organization is doing well in terms of integration, but there still re...
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The paper examines the formation and development of the Central American Integration System (SICA) and provides some of the strengths and weaknesses of the organization. From the application of secondary methodology, findings show that, the organization has been stable since formation. The paper concludes that, the organization has a lot to learn f...
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The paper examines the formation and development of the Central American Integration System (SICA) and provides some of the strengths and weaknesses of the organization. From the application of secondary methodology, findings show that, the organization has been stable since formation. The paper concludes that, the organization has a lot to learn f...
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The paper investigates the nature, functions and successes of the international criminal police organization (INTERPOL) and analyzes how it affects global security. From the secondary methodology, findings show that, the organization is effective in tackling cross-border crimes and hardened criminals around the world. The paper concludes that, to k...
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Greater African integration has long been a cherished but elusive goal. Political leaders at official conferences and formal summits have long promoted the idea, although with only limited results on the ground. There is a renewed impetus to establish closer economic and political ties among the continent’s numerous countries, based on a heightened...
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The paper examines the nature of European integration using the European Union as a case study. The paper adopts liberal intergovernmentalism to explain European integration. Secondary methodology is being adopted to examine the trend of such cooperation and interdependence. Findings show that, liberal inter-governmentalism allows the European stat...
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The concept of terrorism is as old as history; the global system has assumed a terrorist attacks in its variegated form which some sometimes satirizes a particular group of people, state or an individual as terrorists. The paper examines the nature of terrorism and insurgency in northeastern Nigeria, and analyses the major factors that engender ter...
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p>The paper examines the nature and impact of geopolitics on the global oil and gas business. It shows the relationship between politics and what nature provides such as oil and gas and the interplay between and among nations, people and institutions within the framework of geopolitics. The paper adopts the secondary methodology in order to investi...
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p>The paper examines the nature and impact of geopolitics on the global oil and gas business. It shows the relationship between politics and what nature provides such as oil and gas and the interplay between and among nations, people and institutions within the framework of geopolitics. The paper adopts the secondary methodology in order to investi...
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The paper examines the nature of political participation and voting behavior in Nigeria's 2015 general elections. It also analyses the determinants of the paradigm shift from hitherto religious, ethnic and regional affiliations visa -vis voting in Nigeria. The paper adopts the secondary methodology, which in the parlance suggests a descriptive rese...
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The menace of terrorism which has been bedeviling some parts of Africa such as West Africa, East Africa and North Africa is a great tragedy that attracts meaningful cooperation among nation-states in fighting against terrorism and other trans-border crimes. The most dangerous of these terrorist organizations in Africa are Alshabab in East Africa an...
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The research work examines the contemporary reform model as enunciated by president XIJINPIN as a strategic blue print for china's continuous growth and development. The research will focus on each comprehensive as it relates to contemporary china in the economic field, reform initiative, rule of law and the communist party discipline. The research...
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This paper focuses on the African Union (AU) and attempts to appraise the extent to which the traditional theories of regional integration explain African integration. It has two main sections: the descriptive and the theoretical. The first section traces the origin and formation of the AU, examines the rationale for regional integration, its membe...
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This paper specifically seeks to understand the situation of the NorthEastern Zone of Nigeria in post Boko Haram era, particularly in the area of reconstruction and rehabilitation. As a global norm and practice, following the devastating impact of disasters, there follows a period of interventions, which are usually in the order of relief, reconstr...
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The paper critically examines the nature of conflicts in Africa which implicitly or explicitly have their basis from either natural or human resources. It tries to explain the political, economic and socio-cultural influence to the occurrence of such conflicts. By adopting the secondary methodology, findings show that, albeit Africa was regarded by...
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This paper is a humanitarian synthesis, which crystallizes the relevance of peace in a national entity of multi-vocal groups. It also analyses a federalist project which envisages the necessity of unity in its diverse nature. With the aid of library literature, the paper discovers that, it is not peace that brings about unity, but rather, unity bri...
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There has been human rights abuse, political corruption and governmental negligence all over the world, but with exceptional cases in some key areas of Africa, Latin America, Far East, the Middle East and the Caribbean. The problem of the Arab unrest was systematically seasoned by political and economic frustration, which was manifested in the even...
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he survival of domestic and international economic system relies basically on proper financial management for it to continue. Failure to have such financial management, institutions will be bankrupt, corruption will be the order of the day, and the system may collapse as a result of inadequate financial discipline, monitoring and accountability. Th...
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The twilight of Second World War has seen a change in the global political relations among the global big powers which also shaped the international political alliances and relations. Using the secondary method of data collection, findings show that Japan has come to see the United States as untouchable and a must befriend nation in order to remain...
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The international community under international law formulates some norms and principles under which all members of the community should be governed and from which each and every member should behave and act accordingly. Some state actors aberrate those norms and principles, which some times attracts sanctions from the international society forum....
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Industrialization, modernization and technological breakthrough are posing a greater challenge in contemporary international politics. They have paved a new dimension in the study of international relations and politics in the area of environmental security, cooperation and even interdependence. This paper is a critical theoretical approach to the...
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This study is a behavioral analysis on the causes of violence among people, especially law makers (members of parliament) as they disagree and resort to violence in their legislative chambers. The study also analyses some psychological theories of violence and violent behavior among different houses of parliament. With the aid of both primary and s...